Moro House Mexico by Anonimous-LED
This moro house or casa moro is a modern concrete house design created by Anonimous-LED for a young married couple residence features 2 bedrooms, a master bedroom with a Jacuzzi inside, a basement – studio, living room, dinning room, family room and kitchen. The ceiling and the floor are covered by wood. The corridor walls are covered by slate slabs. The dining room and the living room are separated by a onyx slab suspended by metal posts. On the second floor a second crystal box enfolds the Jacuzzi and flies over the garden generating a larger shade-area in the terrace.
Moro house is located in Queretaro, Qro, Mexico with two concrete boxes superimpose and slide, creating space for open-air life. The boxes separate the public spaces on the ground floor from the private spaces on the first floor. A series of boxes of different materials cross the concrete ones enclose more defined spaces – access and gallery in a wooden box; utilitarian spaces such as the kitchen, laundry room, employees’ and guest bathrooms lie within a black stone-slab box; dining and living room in a crystal box.
The materials undress themselves showing outside what they can offer inside. The concrete, heavy and opaque, decompose going through the black stone-slab more handmade and cosy to get to the crystal box totally ethereal. The spaces take place through the boxes, which define the ambience and the relationship between technology and nature.
Moro house exemplifies a rawness with concrete and natural wood walls, yet the design remains cohesive and integrates smoothly with the lighting and interior design to create a sophisticated and cutting edge design.
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